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on of sandy carter. you're probably watching over there in our cube. sandy, thank you for your service and dedication to the people of iowa and the third district. and i could go on and on. back in iowa, there's jay buyers, sally bowser, grant woodard. frequently i would stand before a group and invite train to stand before you as a surrogate son from vietnam, was one of the refugees and what he went through to yet to become an american and have the american dream. very special. so the list is long. i will stop. i know you have travels to do. but those of you in the room, bruce, thank you for your atributes and, jim, it's good to see you again. jim nussle, it's great too sew you. tim, thank you for your remarks and the service we've had together and, tom, i wish you continued success and i know that you believe what's good for our state. we come from the soil, really, and that's probably a good thing. so with that i want to say a fond farewell. i will continue to respond a -- to finally bring this down from 112 to 113, i say it's been my pleasure and my good fortune to live this much
. any questions? >> you talked about comprehensive tax reform. >> i said katrina, not sandy. we have to address the needs. and if i just might say thank you, whoever just put that there, was that you, joe? we had to do this before. we had an impact with the disagreements between the executive branch and legislative branch. at that time it was katrina. every day that we didn't pass something for katrina was really -- caused great apprehension in that region and with individuals living there. and so same thing with sandy. where is the confidence they will get? this little bit now and this little bit now and can't spend that now. it's not only what he can spend now, it's what you can plan on now. so. so the timing is really important for sandy as well as it was when we had a similar impasse because of the iraq war that people were concerned would hold up the katrina funding. yes, ma'am. >> speaker boehner said there's no point in raising tax rates for the top 2%, including some small businesses, if you're just going to turn around next year and do comprehensive tax reform that perhaps l
. that's why for my upcoming benefit for victims of hurricane sandy, i booked the strongest, smartest comics i could find. my comedian friends and i will raise money to rebuild homes and lives one laugh at a time. so tune in next friday for my all star comedy special. >> together we can get new yorkers back to yelling at strangers and ignoring our friends. >> cenk: we have positive developments on the so-called war on drugs. they say it's not working in legalizing marijuana. now in a documentary called "breaking the taboo." this is what bill clinton said. >> we could have fighting and killing over cigarettess if we made it a felony over a cigarette, so we legalized it. if all you do is try to find a police or military solution to the problem, a lot of people die and it doesn't solve the problem. >> cenk: i wish he would have said that while he was in office. a lot of politicians say i can't believe we did that. that's really stupid. can you please reach that conclusion before you leave office. and of course jimmy carter, also on the right side. >> when i was president in 1979 i ma
for states hit by superstar sandy in light of october. the committee released a draft of the legislation yesterday. tom coburn noted there was significant waste, fraud, and abuse in a federal spending and he does not want the same thing to happen if sandy aid is rushed through congress. testimony on senate's impact on small businesses. you could hear live at 10:00 a.m. on c-span radio. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. [video clip] >> we do know the story of the cold war. we have seen the archives that describe relationships between roosevelt and stalin and truman. we have read and written the main events. i wanted to show what it felt like to be one of the people that were subjected to the system and how did people make choices and how did they react and behave. one thing that has happened is the -- we still call eastern europe has become differentiated. these countries no longer have much in common with one another. >> more with anne applebaum from her historical narrative sunday night at 8:00 p.m. on c-span. >> "washington journal" continues. host: we will contin
in the 10th district of illinois, community leaders like sandy perl, steve shapiro, janet cohen, the carvers, richard stein, steve lavin, rabbi victor wise berg, mark sax and so many more, thanks to their passion we continue to work on preventing this iranian regime from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability. we advance many measures in this congress and i'm pleased to have the opportunity to act as a leading voice and a champion in congress for strengthening the sanctions on iran. so much energy has gone into these efforts, not just from me but from many members and i will continue to urge that the united states ratchet up the pressure on iran's nuclear ambitions until the threat is affirmatively and effectively dismantled. another focus of mine has been finding ways to strengthen the u.s.-israel relationship, whether it has been delivering speeches from the floor of the house chamber, drafting and introducing resolutions affirming israel's right to a secure border, traveling to israel and meeting with israeli officials, authoring letters and recruiting members to sign on and support such
angry union thug footage with palm tees in it. >> yeah. >> stephanie: sandy in ohio hello there. >> caller: listen it is such a bitchy day i thought i had to call and give you the real definition of [ inaudible ]. it means being in total control of herself. >> stephanie: there you go. i will drink an extra cup of bitch this morning? honor of all of you fox viewers. let's go to mary. >> caller: hi. how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: my grandson is home from school, he is nine years old, and we watch your show -- and he -- he can't talk because he has strep throat but he is very, very angry that these people slander you is the way he put it. >> stephanie: oh thank you, noah. >> caller: you have taught him an awful lot about many things, and we appreciate it. >> stephanie: huh oh. >> caller: what he doesn't understand, why do people watch your show if they don't like you? >> stephanie: noah is wiser than his years. >> caller: seriously, i have to tape your show so he can see it after school. and we were laughing here so hard at all of you. he
performing at the 12-12-12 concert to benefit the victims of hurricane sandy. the event went on five hours and a ton of money. 36 million alone in ticket sales and does not count the donations or the money they got from sponsored like samsung which surely paid a big price to have the galaxy phones featured everywhere and the celebrities answering the calls from people who phoned in donations, galaxy phones they were using. you're seeing galaxy ads everywhere, they dominate football games on sundays as well. apple, the ipad, ipad mini, the iphone their ads have been swamped by samsung and microsoft. is apple still the king of cool? shareholders wants to know and so do i. let's bring in mark, editor in chief of laptop magazine. is apple still the king of cool? what do you say. >> when it comes to the design and getting the latest apps first, would i say yes for apple, but perception is becoming reality when it comes to the marketing ads you're talking about. when people see the big screen galaxy note 2 and in the office when i show people turn it on its side and two applications running on t
their humvees and heavy trucks to transport delawareans with medical emergencies. when superstorm sandy struck just last month, 120 soldiers from delaware traveled with heavy equipment to assist in recovery efforts in new york and new jersey. when hurricane katrina devastated new orleans in 2005, two of our c-130 aircraft left from new castle airport the next day, carrying the first of what would be 400 troops from delaware who assisted with gulf coast recovery. the national guard is resourceful, ready to serve and they go everywhere they're called. these are truly citizen soldiers. when i was the county executive of new castle county, delaware, we had as many as seven different county employees at different times deployed overseas, many of them police officers, called up for their national guard service, folks who are the epitome of serving at home and serving abroad. so it's with a very personal sense of the needs and the challenges when i thank those employers who recognize that even when they are not at their desks, even when they are not contributing to their employer, our national guard
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